Looks painful

Duke forward Zion Williamson left the Blue Devils' game against Florida State late in the first half Saturday after an apparent poke to the eye.

Williamson was driving inside when multiple Florida State players met him.

 He started fumbling the ball, Trent Forrest hit him in the face, and Williamson landed hard on the court.

When the second half began, Williamson came out with his teammates and sat on the bench but did not enter the game.

When Williamson exited, he had 11 points and eight rebounds. 

With Williamson out of the game in the second half, Florida State made a concerted effort to go inside more. 

Florida State had more dunks in the second half than the first half.

Hopefully not too serious of an injury. 

College basketball is way more fun with Zion playing. 

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